If Obama gives amnesty to nearly 30 million illegal aliens and brings in 34 million more, he will have increased the population of the U.S. by 19% overnight. This is infinitely worse than the Schumer-Rubio bill, S744, which doubles legal immigrant numbers to 2 million annually, and it will prove catastrophic during this period when 58 million working age U.S. citizens are without jobs. – Justin O. Smith
Justin Smith addresses President Barack Hussein Obama’s and the Dem Party’s agenda to flood the USA with Latino immigrants to transform the electorate into a permanent Democratic Party voting bloc. If you love the America the Founding Fathers initiated, then you have to realize that an Obama-Leftist transformation will end that national experiment began in 1776 and initiated into the rule of law with the U.S. Constitution in 1789.
American Interests First
By Justin O. Smith
Sent: 10/31/2014 6:38 PM
American interests must come first in any discussion on immigration and the illegal alien invasion at the core of the U.S. immigration policies, that are currently threatening U.S. national security, and most recently, our immigration crisis has been exacerbated by President Obama's failure to recognize his primary duty to protect the safety and economic well-being of all Americans. He ignores seventy percent of Americans, who do not welcome these illegal aliens, and he embraces the illegal aliens' concerns and views them as future Democratic voters, eligible for free legal aid, housing, education, health care and "amnesty", thus ensuring the complete fundamental transformation of America; demands from illegal aliens have no place in this discussion, if America is to survive as a nation.
On October 25th, Oliver Merino, whose mother faces deportation in North Carolina, held up a sign that read, "Hillary, do you stand with our immigrant families?"
Americans are sympathetic to the terrible situations others face worldwide, and we try to help where we can. Americans are even extremely welcoming to legal immigrants. But, if a person is here illegally, no matter if it's to provide for their children _ good reasons, they are still violating the laws of the United States and deserve no more consideration than a thief.
Many Latino leaders have demanded reassurances that Obama will not put off executive action that gives legal status to millions of illegal aliens currently in the U.S. Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Representatives Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) and Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) make the case in an October 30th op-ed for Univision that "Congress and the Constitution give presidents broad authority to take executive action on immigration policy" and that the authority has been used by past presidents, however, this Congressionally delegated authority was only intended to supplement existing law; Obama's "amnesty would be violating existing U.S. statutes and making new law, which is not within the executive's Constitutional authority.
Obama knows that he must wait until after the November 4th elections, before unilaterally granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. This is such an unpopular potential "solution" to a manufactured immigration "crisis" that it would cost the Democrats a heavy political cost, especially in the hotly contested Senate races; however, White House officials have reassured frustrated Latino lawmakers, such as Representative Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), that Obama intends to take executive action before the end of the year. And, despite no official action from Obama, recent covert actions by the Obama administration reveal the proof of an impending Obama amnesty.
On October 3, 2014, the original Solicitation [order] #HSSCCG-14-R-00028 left the offices of Citizenship and Immigration Services [USCIS] and went through a Burlington, Vermont contracting office. This document requisitioned "Permanent Resident Cards [PRC] and Employment Authorization Cards ... for an estimated 4 million cards annually with the potential to buy 34 million cards total" over the next five years (point of contact _ ronald b. email@example.com. / phone: 8028724645).
If Obama gives amnesty to nearly 30 million illegal aliens and brings in 34 million more, he will have increased the population of the U.S. by 19% overnight. This is infinitely worse than the Schumer-Rubio bill, S744, which doubles legal immigrant numbers to 2 million annually, and it will prove catastrophic during this period when 58 million working age U.S. citizens are without jobs.
A June 2014 article, by Steve Camarota and Karen Zeigler, illustrated that net job gains from 2000 to 2014 have gone to immigrants, legal and illegal, while natural born U.S. citizens accounted for two-thirds of the growth in the total working age population. And, in conjunction with this, studies like the one conducted by Harvard economist Dr. George Borjas also prove that American workers lose wages from illegal and legal immigration.
Along with concerns over jobs for U.S. citizens, Americans are concerned over a dangerous disease problem, as Americans saw hundreds of new cases of Enterovirus D-68 [about virus], heretofore uncommon, arrive with this summer's 65,000 border crashers, who did not receive any health inspections. They were dispersed across the country, and now American children are being paralyzed by this deadly disease, from Chicago to New Jersey and on to Kansas City, MO and Children's Mercy Hospital where five children have died.
According to Dr. Reichmann of the New Jersey Tuberculosis Clinic, "antibiotic strains of tuberculosis have migrated to the border states of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and California. Since the 1990s cases among immigrants, legal and illegal, rose from 30% to 42%, and over the past three years, half of the 16,000 new cases of tuberculosis were found in illegal aliens.
Aside from health and economic woes, Americans are also witnessing an increased growth and expansion of third world microcosms in U.S. sovereign territory, due to Progressive multicultural policies and immigrant reluctance to become fluent in the English language. Nearly 62 million U.S. residents speak a foreign language at home, representing 21% of America's population, with 27 million of this number born in the U.S.
Steven Camarota, Director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies offers this observation: "Allowing in over one million new legal immigrants a year and, to a lesser extent, tolerating illegal immigration has important implications for preserving a common language." It also has important implications for preserving a nation.
Why are you not insisting that the U.S. military be deployed to reinforce an overburdened Border Patrol along the southern border and that the U.S. immigration laws be enforced? How much does it cost all of us when a majority of Americans stay silent?
Kenneth Palinkas, president of the National Citizenship and Immigration Service union, recently told the 'Examiner', "We are still the rubber-stamp entry into the United States ... Whether it's the failure to uphold the public charge laws, the abuse of our asylum procedures, the admission of Islamist radicals, or visas for health risks, the taxpayers are being fleeced and public safety is being endangered on a daily basis."
Shortly after the revelation of the 34 million PRCs to be handed out by the Obama administration, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Jeff Sessions (R-AL) said, "This revelation provides startling confirmation of the crisis facing our Republic." Sessions accused Obama of "violation of plain statute", in a bid to "nullify the immigration laws of the United States and its sovereign people."
Americans must demand that Congress defund any "amnesty" executive order Obama might make, and Americans must call for the repeal of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act that injects over one million legal immigrants into the U.S. annually; demand that all immigration be halted temporarily, and tell Congressmen and Senators that before they worry about less fortunate foreign nationals, they need to consider the cost of their actions on the less fortunate of the United States, whose Constitution they have sworn to uphold.
By Justin O. Smith
Edited by John R. Houk
Text and/or links enclosed by brackets are by the Editor.
© Justin O. Smith